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In the Mid-70’s I was a mule…
by Ed Matlack

Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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From New York City to Pittsburgh,

Across NJ & Pennsylvania daily,

To deliver coke, meth & pot,

Never got caught, a crazy life then,

Slept most nights on an old beat up cot…

 

Drove the car above,

With her I was verily in love,

She did fit me like the proverbial glove,

Till one day in the snow I did hit a tree,

Then I had to, fully loaded, over a cliff her shove…

 

She was dark blue & black,

No cop was able to catch her, enough go they did lack,

A GT 500 K/R model with twin fours,

Thankfully premium was really then premium,

None of this unleaded crap we use now,

Wish then I did that I could run her,

From the Atlantic to the Pacific shores…


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Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 7/17/2010
Hope you took off the plates first.:-) Patrick
Reviewed by jude forese 7/14/2010
for a minute i though this was about drugs ;) rumm rumm ...
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 7/14/2010
wow-quite a story here!
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 7/14/2010
Wow - Ma told me that you were always The Jersey Devil; she never mentioned that you were once a Mule, too.

PS: Old Brother Edvard recently told me that you've also been a Stool Pigeon! (And I thought I knew my brothers pretty well.)
Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/14/2010

My brother had a 64 and 1/2 tang like that but not as dressed, blew the motor driving her from Vancouver to Halifax in like four days and though the body was perfect sold it for scrap for like 300
fee
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 7/13/2010
bad mustang Ed, been thinking about buying one, honest down to earth verse of one of a kind, the Matlack way, cheers
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